Almost everyone's a little better off after Budget 2018. All social welfare payments are going up by a fiver a week, while fewer workers will pay USC - and those who do will pay less.
Here, we're keeping it simple for you. We've broken down the budget into clear bullet-points in the areas you want to know about most.
The point at which people start paying the higher rate of Income Tax will be €34,550 instead of the current €33,800
Workers will still start paying USC at €13000 but the rate's being reduced from 2.5% to 2%
People on the new minimum wage will pay this lower rate of 2%
The higher rate (4.75% next year instead of 5%) kicks in for those on incomes over €19,372.
Low to middle income workers will no longer be penalised for working overtime.
5 euro increase in all social welfare payments which will take effect in last week in March
That includes Jobseekers Benefit / Allowance, Disability and Carers Allowance
Christmas bonus will be 85% again this December
The threshold for the Family Income Supplement will rise by €10 per week for families with three children.
Home Carers tax credit is increased by €100 to €1200: means extra cash for households where one partner stays at home to mind a child or older person.
Sugar, cigarettes and alcohol
The Sugar Tax has been offically announced.
There'll be an extra 30c a litre on drinks with over 8g of sugar per 100ml
20c tax on a litre of fizzy drinks with 5-8g per 100ml
Cigarettes are going up by 50 cent a pack from midnight bring them to €12 for 20
No increase in the tax on booze
Mortgage Interest Relief will be lowered to 75% for 2018, 50% 2019 and 25% in 2020
€1.83 billion will be allocated for housing in 2018
3,800 new social houses built next year
An extra €149 million will be spent on the HAP scheme to support an additional 17,000 households
An €18 million increase in spending to €116 million for emergency accommodation
An extra 31 million will be spent on social housing, delivering 4,000 extra homes next year
An extra 500m euro on the construction of social housing homes, directly built by the state, with the aim of delivering 3000 by 2021.
Up to €750m will be made available through a new entity called Home Building Finance Ireland for commercial building.
Land hoarders will be hit with extra tax:
"Any owner of vacant site who doesn't develop land in 2018 will pay 3% in 2019 and will liable for 7% from 2019"
Commercial Stamp Duty will be raised from 2% to 6% from midnight tonight
The cost of using sunbeds is going up. VAT to increase from 3.5% to 23%
Extra €685m to be spent on Health next year.
There'll be funding for an extra 1,800 frontline staff.
People will qualify for the Drugs Payment Scheme at a lower price (€134 a month, down from €144)
An extra 471 million euro to be made available Primary Care up until 2021.
This will allow for investment in critical infrastructure like the new National Children’s Hospital.
Children and Childcare
Extending free pre-school year slightly, to ensure two years for every child
Túsla to get extra funding of €40m for child protection.
Additional €20m for free childcare facilities
0% of benefit in kind on electric cars
There'll be an extra 1300 teach jobs in schools
Plans to recruit 1000 extra special needs teachers by Sept 2018 (bringing total to 15,000)
Primary school pupil teacher ratio will be lowered to 26:1
800 extra Gardai to be recruited in 2018.
An additional 500 civilians to be hired.
Tourism and Hospitality
Vat rate will be untouched - it's staying at 9%
€112 million will be spent on marketing Ireland to tourists
An extra €2.5m for Irish language training in 2018
Paschal Donohoe's first budget has been described by one economist as "less a case of icing on the cake", than "a bit of icing on a rather plain biscuit".
We will be updating this page with the main points from Budget 2018 this afternoon, as well as live-tweeting @98FM and keeping you updated in 98FM News bulletins on air.